FUSE

Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer, an ultraviolet space telescope
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Fuse

• (n.) A tube or casing filled with combustible matter, by means of which a charge of powder is ignited, as in blasting; -- called also fuzee. See Fuze. • (v. t.) To liquefy by heat; to render fiuid; to dissolve; to melt. • (v. i.) To be blended, as if melted together. • (v. t.) To unite or blend, as if melted together. • (...
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fuse

noun an electrical device that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded
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fuse

fuze noun any igniter that is used to initiate the burning of a propellant
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FUSE

(Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer) A NASA ultraviolet astronomy satellite. FUSE, a MIDEX (medium-class Explorer) mission, carries four 0.35-m far ultraviolet (UV) telescopes each with an ultraviolet high resolution spectrograph. The detectors cover the far ultraviolet...
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Fuse

[automotive] Automotive fuses are a class of fuses used to protect the wiring and electrical equipment for vehicles. They are generally rated for circuits no higher than 24 volts direct current, but some types are rated for 42-volt electrical systems. They are occasionally used in non-automotive electrical products. ==Blade type== Blade fus...
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Fuse

[chocolate bar] Fuse was a brand of chocolate bar manufactured by Cadbury in the United Kingdom. The product was unusual for being a solid bar of chocolate containing suspended within it nuts, raisins, crisp cereal and fudge pieces rather than having these ingredients simply coated with chocolate. The bar tested very well in research, with ...
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Fuse

[electrical] In electronics and electrical engineering, a fuse (from the French fuser, Italian fuso, `spindle`) is a type of low resistance resistor that acts as a sacrificial device to provide overcurrent protection, of either the load or source circuit. Its essential component is a metal wire or strip that melts when too much current flow...
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Fuse

[electricity] Bosher Stadium from Mercenary. An attacking enemy aircraft can be seen towards the top left. ...
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Fuse

[emulator] The Free Unix Spectrum Emulator (Fuse) is an emulator of the 1980s ZX Spectrum home computer and its various clones for Unix, Windows and Mac OS X. Fuse is free software, released under the GNU General Public License. There are ports of Fuse to several platforms including GP2X, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii and the Nok...
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Fuse

[explosives] In an explosive, pyrotechnic device or military munition, a fuse (or fuze) is the part of the device that initiates function. In common usage, the word fuse is used indiscriminately. However, when being specific (and in particular in a military context), the term fuse describes a simple pyrotechnic initiating device, like the c...
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Fuse

[hydraulic] In hydraulic systems, a fuse is a component which prevents the sudden loss of hydraulic fluid pressure. It is a safety feature, designed to allow systems to continue operating, or at least to not fail catastrophically, in the event of a system breach. It does this by stopping the flow of hydraulic fluid through itself if the flo...
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Fuse

[magazine] FUSE is a Toronto-based Canadian non-profit arts and culture periodical published by Artons Cultural Affairs Society and Publishing Inc. FUSE is one of Canada’s longest running alternative art publications. Throughout its 35 year history, the focus has been the interchange between art, media, and politics. == History == Centerf...
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Fuse

[TV channel] Fuse (stylized as fuse) is an American digital cable and satellite television channel that is owned by The Madison Square Garden Company. The channel is dedicated largely to music, and features original series and specials, exclusive interviews, live concerts and blocks of music videos. Fuse accommodates a wide range of musical...
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Fuse

[Components] A device used to protect an electric or electronic circuit. When the current exceeds the capacity of the fuse it melts and opens up the circuit
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Fuse

Fuse (fūz) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fused (fūzd); present participle & verbal noun Fusing .] [ Latin fusus , past participle of fundere to pour, melt, cast. See Foundo to cast, and ...
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Fuse

Fuse intransitive verb 1. To be reduced from a solid to a fluid state by heat; to be melted; to melt. 2. To be blended, as if melted together. Fusing point , the degree of temperature at which a substance melts; the point of fusion.
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Fuse

Fuse noun [ For fusee , fusil . See 2d Fusil .] (Gunnery, Mining, etc.) A tube or casing filled with combustible matter, by means of which a charge of powder is ignited, as in blasting; -- called also fuzee . See Fuze . Fuse hole , the hole in a ...
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Fuse

A cord-like substance used in the ignition of explosives. Black powder is entrained in the cord and, when lit, burns along the cord at a set rate. A fuse can be safely used to ignite a cap, which is the primer for an explosive.
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Fuse

A cord-like substance used in the ignition of explosives. Black powder is entrained in the cord and, when lit, burns along the cord at a set rate. A fuse can be safely used to ignite a cap, which is the primer for an explosive.
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Fuse

A device designed to provide protection for a given circuit or device by physically opening the circ
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Fuse

A device installed in the conductive path with a predetermined melting point coordinated to load current. Fuses are used to protect equipment from over current conditions and damage.
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Fuse

A device often found in older homes designed to prevent overloads in electrical lines. This protects against fire. See also 'circuit breakers'.
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Fuse

A device often found in older homes designed to prevent overloads in electrical lines. See, 'circuit breakers.'
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Fuse

A device often found in older homes designed to prevent overloads in electrical lines. This protects
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